This is the Lexus LC Limited Edition. As the name suggests, it’s a special run version of the Japanese brand’s four-seat coupe, which features a unique colour scheme and gets some extra equipment.
The most obvious feature of the Limited Edition is the Naples Yellow paint finish – a deeper shade than the Flare Yellow colour that’s offered across the LC range.
The Limited Edition is equipped with the LC’s Sport+ pack, which means it rides on 21-inch alloy wheels and features a carbon fibre roof. Further add-ons as part of the Sport+ pack include Lexus Dynamic Handling, four wheel steering, a Torsen limited-slip differential and an active rear spoiler which rises from the boot lid above 50mph.
It’s not just the outside that gets a squint-inducing finish though. The door trims are finished in matching yellow, while there’s contrasting yellow stitching for the steering wheel, instrument panel, central armrest, and the white leather seats too. The headlining, meanwhile, is trimmed in Alcantara. A head up display and a Mark Levinson audio system with 13 speakers, both optional on other LCs, are included.
The Limited Edition will be offered with both of the LC’s engines: a 2.9-litre V6 hybrid with 354bhp and a naturally aspirated 5.0-litre V8 with 470bhp.
It’s not the first special variant of the LC that Lexus has offered: the Structual Blue Edition featured a similar specification but was finished in a unique blue paint finish with a blue, orange and white interior.
Prices are yet to be confirmed for the new model which is due to go on sale in November, though the previous limited edition was priced at £91,995. The latest Limited Edition is due to make its first public appearance at the Paris Motor Show in October.
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